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15-September-2011

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OECD Employment Outlook 2011 - How does Korea compare

The Korean labour market bounced back quickly from the 2008-2009 global economic crisis. The 2011 OECD Employment Outlook shows that the rapid recovery of the Korean economy was reflected in the comparative resilience of its labour market performance.

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15-September-2011

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OECD Employment Outlook 2011 - How does Italy compare?

The impact of the recent deep recession on the Italian labour market was relatively mild, but the recovery has been slow.

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15-September-2011

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EMO 2011 Country Note Spain Spanish

EMO 2011 Country Note Spain Spanish

15-September-2011

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OECD Employment Outlook – Dónde se situa MEXICO?

Si bien la recuperación económica está claramente en marcha en México, la disminución en la tasa de desempleo sigue siendo modesta.

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15-September-2011

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Launch of the OECD Employment Outlook 2011

The challenges of tackling high and persistent unemployment, especially for the young people, improving job opportunities and ensuring adequate social safety nets should be at the top of the political agenda, said OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría.

15-September-2011

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OECD Employment Outlook 2011 - How does Germany compare?

The German labour market held up very well during the 2008-09 recession, but is likely to feel the effects of the recent weakening of growth across the OECD area.

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15-September-2011

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OECD Employment Outlook 2011 - How does Australia compare?

Despite a small rise in the unemployment rate to 5.3% in August, Australia’s labour market is still outperforming most other OECD countries.

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15-September-2011

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OECD Employment Outlook 2011 - How does the United Kingdom compare?

The economic recovery to date has reduced the UK unemployment rate only modestly from its 2010 peak and there is a risk that the fall in joblessness may stall.

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15-September-2011

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OECD Employment Outlook 2011 - How does Korea compare (in Korean)

대한민국 노동시장은 2008-2009년 간의 전세계적 경제위기 충격으로부터 매우 빠르게 회복하였다. 2011년 오이시디 고용전망보고서는 대한민국 경제의 급속한 회복은 여타 오이시디 회원국 대비 상대적으로 탄력적이었던 노동시장성과가 이를 반영하고 있다고 설명한다.

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14-September-2011

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OECD Employment Outlook 2011

The OECD Employment Outlook provides an annual assessment of labour market developments and prospects in member countries.

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